What an incredible, action-packed year 2019 turned out to be in cybersecurity. Throughout the past year, I interviewed industry experts, authors, and technology luminaries with topics ranging from quantum computing to authentication to top security threats to PKI evolution. Below are highlights from the 2019 The PKI Guy’s Q&A Series. Keep checking back to read…Read More
Q&A with Cindy Provin, CEO, nCipher Security TPG: There has been lots of news lately about your company being acquired by Entrust Datacard. What’s the latest with nCipher Security? CP: nCipher Security is a separate company within Thales. nCipher has been operating as a separate stand-alone business within Thales since January 2019. We continue to…Read More
Q&A with J.J. Stapleton, co-author of Security without Obscurity: A Guide to PKI Operations
TPG: What practical advice do you have for an organization considering deploying a PKI solution?
JS: There are various PKI architectures to consider. An internal private PKI deployed wholly within the organization, a hosted private PKI deployed at a third-party service provider, or an external public PKI operated by a commercial third party. Each has pros and cons…Read More
Q&A with Bruno Couillard, president and CTO, Crypto4A TPG: Your hardware security module (HSM) architecture team has an interesting history in the world of cryptography—can you tell us about that? BC: Many of our team, (including myself and the other three founders) have been consistently in the crypto and cybersecurity space for decades. Some of…Read More
Q&A with Kevin von Keyserling, CEO and co-founder, Keyfactor TPG: Tell us about Keyfactor. KvK: We’re a digital identity software company that provides end-to-end authentication, encryption, and signing technologies that safeguard data, devices, applications, and people. Our platform allows our clients to master every digital identity within their organization quickly, easily and cost-effectively. Up until a…Read More